2B,3B,SS - MIL
Daniel Robertson signed a one-year, $900,000 contract with the Brewers on Tuesday. The deal includes up to $400,000 in incentives.
Robertson can play anywhere in the field and is expected to come off the bench for the Brewers. He slashed .333/.417/.333 with two RBI and four runs scored across 24 plate appearances for the Giants in 2020. Robertson is not expected to see everyday at-bats for the Brewers and mainly an option in NL-only league formats.
Daniel Robertson went 2-for-3 with two RBI and a walk in the Giants 9-6 loss to the Rockies on Wednesday.
Robertson was making his 2020 season and Giants debut after being acquired from the Rays earlier in August. He got the start at shortstop with Brandon Crawford getting the day off and picked up an RBI single in his first at-bat. He added a bases-loaded walk in the fourth inning to pick up his second RBI of the game. Robertson doesn't have a clear path to consistent playing time and will likely play a super-utility role for SF, which renders him useless for fantasy purposes.
Daniel Robertson has been recalled from the Giants alternate site on Tuesday.
The utility-man was acquired last week by San Francisco for cash considerations last week. He hasn't appeared in a game in 2020 and put up a .213/.312/.295 batting line with two home runs and 19 RBI across 207 at-bats last season.
Daniel Robertson was acquired by the San Francisco Giants for cash. He was designated for assignment in mid-August by Tampa Bay.
Robertson was acquired for cash considerations and will head to San Francisco's alternate site. He's likely to serve in a utility role if/when he's called up to the big league club. He hasn't appeared in a game in 2020 and put up a .213/.312/.295 batting line with two home runs and 19 RBI across 207 at-bats last season.
The Rays optioned INF Daniel Robertson to their alternate training site.
Robertson was called up for the weekend series against the Blue Jays with Diego Castillo on paternity leave. He'll wait for another chance at the big leagues for now.